Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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Irish Provincial Marks on Silver

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Silversmith Makers' Mark Period & Location Notes
John Nicholson II
I.N Cork
The Nicholsons
John & Nicholas Nicholson IN over NN Cork The Nicholsons
John Purcell
IP
+
I.P
c.1787-c.1813
"under the King's Head Tavern nearly opposite the Exchange"
Limerick
His death was recorded on 19 May 1813 and he was buried at St. John's. However, another John Purcell (his son?) was recorded as working in Patrick Street (1820) and Henry Street (1824-1846).
James Ridge
IR active 2nd H. 18th C.
Cork
First mention 1662, received Freedom 1673, Master of the Cork Goldsmiths Company 1673. Believed working until 1700.
John Robinson
IR active 2nd Q. 18th C.
Limerick
Possibly apprenticed to Dublin silversmith, Matthew Walker, 1717. Mayor of Limerick 1742. Died April 1753. His son, Joseph, was also a silversmith
Joseph Robinson
IR active 2nd H. 18th C.
Limerick
Son of John Robinson, silversmith. Born 1735, married Ann Barrington in 1763.
John Irish IRH 1748-1780
North Liberties
Cork
John Irish, son of John Irish, Gentleman, of Poulancurry, Cork. Apprenticed to William Williamson of Dublin in 1741. See alternate marks; "II" "I.IRISH" and "JRH". Another mark, presumably an early one, not illustrated; "I·I below a crown".
Isaac Solomon I. Solomon active by 1801
Patrick's Street (1801-1810)
Cork
Died 1845. His working dates beyond 1810 are not known.
Isaac Solomon
or
John Seymour
IS (for Solomon, see above entry)

Seymour
c.1809-after 1833
Carey's Lane, Patrick's St.(1820)
William Street (1828-1833)
Cork
Registered at Dublin 1827. Bennett lists this mark as for Solomon, Seymour seems a more likely possibility.
John Warner IW
+
I.W
4th Q. 18th C.
North Main St. (1787 & 1797)
Cork
Apprenticed to William Reynolds, 1768. Received freedom, 1775 and registered at Dublin, 1784. Deceased c.1810
John Williams I.W Cork
Terry/Williams
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Masters and Wardens of the Goldsmiths' Company of Dublin - 1637-1800
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London Date Letters • 1696 - 1935 & Makers' Marks
Birmingham Date Letters • 1773 - 1924 & Makers' Marks
Chester Date Letters • 1701 - 1925 & Makers' Marks
Exeter Date Letters • 1701 - 1883 & Makers' Marks
Newcastle Date Letters • 1702 - 1884 & Makers' Marks
Sheffield Date Letters • 1773 - 1916 & Makers' Marks
York Date Letters • 1559 - 1858 & Makers' Marks
Edinburgh Date Letters • 1681 - 1931 & Makers' Marks
Table of Glasgow Date Letters • 1819 - 1896
Examples of British Import Marks

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